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“Wingdings” font and 9/11

“Did someone at Microsoft plan their symbolic “Wingdings” font based on foreknowledge of the 9/11 attacks?” – Jordan Maxwell’s website

I was scanning through Jordan Maxwell’s webpage, when I saw this question with a picture (above) that pretty much denotes 9/11 attack. The interesting part is that the these symbols are not only symbols, but they are also letters.Oh! Yes, they are Wingdins font, found in Microsoft word. Oh. But there’s more. These letters spelled out= Q33NYC.

33 is the sum of September 11, plus the flight number 11, plus the twin towers that look like number 11.

NYC is obviously New York City.

But  What does “Q” stand for, in all of this? I think Q is related to 757 jet, but I’m not sure. I did my research and some people believe that Q33NY is the name of  the first plane that crashed on the Twin Towers, but there are not solid facts about this.

I found this to be extremely out of the norm, not only because the denotation is there, but because Wingdings font was originally created on 1990 by Microsoft. The two type designers involved in this project were, Charles Bigelow and Kris Holmes.

Nonetheless, Maxwell’s website presented this image (above) with a suggestion on each symbol. The jet and the towers are self-explanatory. The head and skull can be seen as death, but in Maxwell’s website, he represent this as the secret society known as the Skull N’ Bones. Ex-president, George Bush, was supposedly in it. The star, represents the order of Zionism and the thumbs up, of course, represents “right on”.

2 Comments

  1. trayton wrote:

    This is so gay!!!!!!

    Monday, March 7, 2011 at 10:37 am | Permalink
  2. jayjbee wrote:

    Q33NYC. It’s a flight number / a specific flight code for one of the planes that hit the towers. All traceable i.e. fact.
    Same goes for the fraternity / society spoken of. Traceable i.e. fact.

    Still it all is distraction and empowers the powers that be. All of these things are scaring the flock freezing resistance.

    Most effective resistance? Neglect.
    Refuse the hype. Dont feed the monster with opinions and votes.

    Tuesday, May 3, 2011 at 1:54 pm | Permalink